Now you can take some of your WOU courses closer to home! Enjoy the convenience of evening classes with no commute and a helpful hybrid format while working toward your WOU degree. Our course options expand nearly every term and include both general education and upper division classes. Check back every term to see which courses you can take in Salem.
Of course, even if you’re a WOU student who doesn’t live in Salem, it may be more convenient for you to take courses in the evening. That’s great, too! We’re here to make earning your degree as easy as possible.
“Being a working adult and having kids, it’s difficult to drive all the way to Monmouth. Having classes in Salem makes it more accessible, both in the timing of the courses – in the evening – and the distance to get to class.”
Class of 2019
Any financial aid you are set to receive will remain unchanged regardless of which location you choose to take classes. For more information or questions, contact WOU Financial Aid at 503-838-8475 or visit https://wou.edu/finaid/.
Our Writing Center offers online tutoring for your academic, professional, and personal writing projects. The center has Spanish-speaking, graduate, Deaf, and international-student writing specialists on staff, and tutors can also help with writing anxiety. All WOU students are eligible for the free services. For more information or questions, please contact the WOU Writing Center at 503-838-8286 or visit www.wou.writing center.
Tutoring is available in a variety of subjects. All students have access to tutoring. For more information visit https://wou.edu/freetutoring/.
Advisors help with planning your degree path and can help you find the right resources to be as successful as possible. For more information contact the WOU Student Success and Advising office at 503-838-8428 or visit https://wou.edu/advising/. The SSA Office has developed this resource for students who are also parents which you can find here.
WOU’s Library comes to YOU! Information resources and services, in both physical and electronic formats, supporting your coursework can be mailed directly to you, including return prepaid postage. If you have any questions about this or need assistance, please come to the information desk at WOU:Salem. Visit https://library.wou.edu/salem for more information and instructions.
Transfer Pathways builds sustainable and collaborative systems to support transfer students by maximizing the application of previous coursework toward their WOU degree.
Have a transfer course you would like reviewed? Please complete the Transfer Course Articulation Request Form. For more information, please contact Transfer Pathways at 503.838.8732 or visit https://wou.edu/transferpathways/.